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May 21, 2019
If we want our students to take chances, we faculty members hold the levers that would make such risk taking a risk worth taking, writes Kevin Dettmar.
May 20, 2019
Dig deeply into the new score and problem after problem comes up, writes Ben Paris.
May 20, 2019
Jim Jump sees potential but also flaws in the new adversity index being offered by the College Board.

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May 21, 2019
“Useful” doesn’t necessarily mean “positive,” although it could.  I mean it in the sense of “helping you improve.” What helped you get better?
May 21, 2019
Moving beyond the five-paragraph essay with Nigel Caplan and Ann Johns.
May 21, 2019
It’s never too early to start talking to your stakeholders about an upcoming web redesign or migration project.

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March 11, 2005
The right approaches can allow colleges to make a difference on issues of academic integrity, write Donald L. McCabe and Gary Pavela.
March 11, 2005
"Rambling Wreck," the "Stein Song," and the "Aggie War Hymn" -- Mark Drozdowski analyzes the deeper meaning of college fight songs.
March 10, 2005
Lacan, Zizek, Cornel West, Paradise Lost and Chairman Mao are all connected. Sort of....
March 9, 2005
How can public colleges remain relevant to citizens of their state? By using the ideas their scholars generate to transform lives, Richard A. Cherwitz argues.
March 8, 2005
A couple of years ago, a book appeared which might as well have had the title The Pedagogy of Zaniness. (Let's just call it that, to avoid giving it any more publicity.) The author was an academic; but more, he was also one wacky dude. And by following his instructions, you, too, could be a wacky dude, or dudette, as the case may be.

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